Seo Ye Ji Considering Lead Role in “Eve’s Scandal”

Eve's Scandal Korean Drama - Seo Ye Ji

Seo Ye Ji (It’s Okay to Not Be Okay) is considering a lead role in the upcoming Korean drama Eve’s Scandal. Eve’s Scandal is a melodrama about a dangerously charming woman at the center of a ridiculously expensive divorce lawsuit that has shocked the nation.

Seo Ye Ji would take on the role of the woman at the center of the lawsuit. Also, considering a lead role is Park Byung Eun (Lost) who would play the CEO of a top financial group.

Eve’s Scandal is looking to air in the first half of 2022 on tvN.

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4 Responses to Seo Ye Ji Considering Lead Role in “Eve’s Scandal”

  1. Jermena says:

    Haaaaaa now that does sound like a role our Seo Ye Ji would eatup real good!😅
    I hope she takes it.

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  2. Fred says:

    With her recent scandal, I do not anymore know what to feel about Seo Yeji. I did not expect her to be in another kdrama ever again. I should just avoid Korean News next time. LOL.

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    • Kay says:

      Haha, yeah, reading the news will definitely impact your drama watching. Of course, I catch the gist of scandals, but I try not to get to deep into them because it’s just so hard to get all of the facts, and well, I have enough going on in my own life to worry about that 😂😂

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